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c. 1555. "Black Armor" doublet of a precious boy. Owner: Archduke Ferdinand II, son of Ferdinand I of Habsburg Austria, ruler of Tyrol 1529 - 1595

Wams of noble boy made in 1555 is now shown in © Kunsthistorische Museum Vienna

Quatrefoil Point Cut Ring, c. 1550 A.D., diamond, enamel, gold, This ring introduces the table cut diamond, obtained by slicing across the top of the point cut, and the first step in the long process of mastering the techniques of diamond cutting. Since table cuts were still rare point cuts have been used for the bezel. The prestige of a diamond ring stood so high that it was not only used by the rich at weddings, but kings and queens adopted it as an emblem.

Cloak belonging to Marketa Lobkowicz, c. 1617. Mikulov Museum. I'd like to sew a cloak along these lines!

The oval gold locket enameled with black and white pea-pod ornament at the sides is mounted on the lid with a sapphire cameo portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) and with an onyx cameo bust of Cleopatra with the asp on the back. Inside there is an enameled miniature of Charles I (1600-1648) facing front with a melancholy expression, wearing sash of the Order head standing out against a celestial blue ground. Locket: early 17th century, Cameo: second half of the 16th century.

Buff Coat .Date: 1630–40 Culture: British Medium: leather. Dimensions: Length at CB: 28 1/2 in. (72.4 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mary Alice Dykman Dean (Mrs. Bashford Dean), 1950


Fencing Doublet, Leather, silk, linen, cotton. ca. 1580. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wedding clothes of King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden in 1620. Violet cloth doublet, and the trousers were made of blue broadcloth. Royal Armoury Collection.

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